This has such a great chance of being abused. That's where we all get ourselves in to trouble.
See, they take advantage of the emotional and controversial problems. They use our own emotion and anger against us.
An overwhelming majority are against, and are angered at, child pornography, and for very good and obvious reasons. But being against that does not
mean you should support every measure to deal with it.
There are fake links, re-directs, fake videos, graphics that look like a video box such as the ones that I'm sure everyone has seen where it looks
like a YouTube video, but is really a graphic that is a link that directs you to some website you don't want to go to.
The point is, people go to websites they don't want to go to all of the time because of how many ways there are that people can FORCE you on to their
site. There are even pop-ups that randomly come up that, even if you CLOSE them, they send you to some unwanted site.
How do you even stop that?
I don't even support the "if you're browsing for x amount of time" suggestion because it still leaves everyone open to abuse of the law and
Again, people need to learn how to be for crack downs but against measures that go too far. This measure goes too far. People are too quick to accept
any measures to deal with a problem they think needs to be dealt with, and they label anyone who disagrees with the measures as someone who supports
the problem, i.e. whoever is against this likes looking at child porn.
It's unfair and it's very troublesome.
As a victim of pop-ups and re-directs to extremely unwanted sites, as I'm sure most of us have been at some point, it's worrying to say the least.
There's no telling what they'll do to get people to these sites of theirs to meet their quota, as biggie smalls said in the beginning.
By the way, biggie smalls and apc, and a few others, great posts. Starred.